Dr. Steven Jurek
Department of Political Science and International Studies
Faculty Advisor, European Union Simulation (EuroSim)
207C Hartwell Hall
Ph.D. in Political Science, University at Buffalo, 2007.
M.A. in Political Science, University at Buffalo, 2000.
B.S. in Political Science, University at Albany/Buffalo, 1996.
Research and Teaching Interests:
Democratization in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.
Jurek, Steven J., Murray, Greg R., Saiya, Nilay, and Scime, Anthony. 2015. “Classification Trees as Proxies.” International Journal of Business Analytics, Vol. 2. Issue 2.
Jurek, Steven J. and Scime, A. 2014. “Achieving Democratic Leadership: A Data Mined Prescription.” Social Science Quarterly. Vol. 95, Issue 1 (March), pp. 97-110.
Jurek, Steven J. 2012. "Poland, Hungary and Czech Republic: Delaying Euro Adoption."Syracuse University: The EuroCrisis and the Future of the European Union. Sept. 21, Syracuse: NY.
Jurek, Steven J. and Farida Jalalzai. 2012. “Executive Representation Worldwide: Indistinguishable Elite, Multifarious Masses.” International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations, Vol. 11, Issue 4, pp. 71-84
James E. Campbell and Steve J. Jurek “The Decline of Competition and Change in Congressional Elections.” In The United States Congress: A Century of Change, edited by Sunil Ahuja and Robert Dewhirst (Ohio State University Press, Fall 2005).